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Number of commuters remains below May 2016 levels in May 2022, except for driving to work

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Infographic description

The title of the infographic is "Number of commuters remains below May 2016 levels in May 2022, except for driving to work"

This infographic displays the following seven modes of commuting in a table format: driver or passenger in a car, bus, subway, train, walk, bicycle and motorcycle. Beneath each mode of commuting there are five rows of data, each representing a reference period and unit of measure.

The first row shows the number of commuters (in thousands) in 2022: driver or passenger in a car (12,768), bus (797), subway (271), train (103), walk (726), bicycle (215) and motorcycle (37).

The second row shows the percentage change from 2021 to 2022: driver or passenger in a car (18.3%), bus (17.5%), subway (14.4%), train (32.6%), walk (11.6%), bicycle (57.4%) and motorcycle (83.8%).

The third row shows the percentage change from 2016 to 2022: driver or passenger in a car (2.5%), bus (-32.7%), subway (-48.1%), train (-58.3%), walk (-14.5%), bicycle (-2.1%) and motorcycle (43.9%).

The fourth row shows the number of commuters (in thousands) in 2021: driver or passenger in a car (10,790), bus (678), subway (237), train (78), walk (651), bicycle (137) and motorcycle (20).

The fifth row shows the number of commuters (in thousands) in 2016: driver or passenger in a car (12,454), bus (1,184), subway (523), train (248), walk (849), bicycle (220) and motorcycle (25).

Note(s): The census data exclude First Nations reserves, full-time military and the territories.

Source(s): Census of Population, 2016 and 2021 (3901), and Labour Force Survey, 2022 (3701).

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